20 Problems Every Book Nerds Faces

Reading can cause a lot of problems. The more you read, the more these problems will affect you. So while these problems cannot be avoided, I would never exchange the oy of reading with anything in the world.

A great book should leave you with many experiences, and slightly exhausted at the end. You live several lives while reading. –William Styron

best weekends
The peculiar look people give you when they find out your most ‘memorable weekend’ primarily takes place between the pages of a book.
‘I’m just not that into books’ – Your date before even the drinks have arrived.


Cracked Spines of Books 🙂
Deleted characters in adaptations
Favorite book
You will never get to read your favourite book again for the first time. 😦
fred and george
Worrying about how George Weasley will live without Fred for the rest of your life. 😦
The way George R.R. Martin feeds off reader’s dismay the way Dementors feed off souls.


The wait between instalments.
J.K. Rowling
The way J.K. Rowling made us all into self-loathing Muggles.
The way Jane Austen ruined us for modern dating.
just a book
When people say, ‘You do know it’s just a book right?’
Miscasting in adaptation
Miscasting in adaptations.
Missing pages
prisoner to a book
Being prisoner to a book so good you’re unable to think of or do anything else till you’ve turned the last page.
red wedding
The mark on your wall from where you threw your book after the Red Wedding. 😦
sirius black
No boss will let you take a sick day because Sirius Black just died.
Stephen King
The way Stephen King ruined us because we were never able to sleep soundly in an old hotel.


train stop
Uncracked spines


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